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Dragon's Kiss

Dragon s Kiss In a future ruled by superstition and fear wanting the wrong man can be deadly A Mother Earth story The rules governing a Pack Brother s existence are simple Love your Brothers Protect each other and

  • Title: Dragon's Kiss
  • Author: Ally Blue
  • ISBN: 9781605045771
  • Page: 280
  • Format: ebook
  • In a future ruled by superstition and fear, wanting the wrong man can be deadly.A Mother Earth story.The rules governing a Pack Brother s existence are simple Love your Brothers Protect each other and your Tribe with your life Seek sex only within the bonds of Brotherhood, or your life is forfeit The laws are harsh, but fair Or so Bear has always thought Then he andIn a future ruled by superstition and fear, wanting the wrong man can be deadly.A Mother Earth story.The rules governing a Pack Brother s existence are simple Love your Brothers Protect each other and your Tribe with your life Seek sex only within the bonds of Brotherhood, or your life is forfeit The laws are harsh, but fair Or so Bear has always thought Then he and his Brother Lynx capture a stranger in the Carwin Tribe s outlying lands Dragon, a Brother from a distant Pack, banished from his Tribe for the crime of challenging things he shouldn t.Dragon intrigues Bear from the start, and not just because of his exotic beauty Interest in the decadent old world is discouraged in this post Change society Dragon is the first person Bear s ever known, other than himself, who s curious about the vanished past That kinship sparks a forbidden attraction between them An attraction which is, if they give in to it, punishable by death.In the space of a day, everything Bear was raised to believe is called into question, and he must make a life changing decision follow the law, or follow his heart.This story was previously available, but has been expanded and re edited for Samhain Publishing.

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    About "Ally Blue"

    1. Ally Blue

      Ally Blue penned her first tale at age eight, relating the breathless terror of her little sister s not quite fatal encounter with a bee in the backyard That was the beginning of a lifelong love affair with storytelling She now writes gay romance of all flavors, and has recently branched into writing her first love horror She continues her neverending quest to scare herself She is not a hippie or a brain surgeon, no matter what her kids friends say.

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    1. I spent many hours, when I was younger, ferreting off to read Valley of the Horses and other such gems from Jean M. Auel. All that shagging behind rocks and bushes is apparently firmly entrenched in my psyche, so I do have a penchant for any book where the main characters are in loin cloths and doing the subsistence living thing. Totally floats my boat.The sexual tension and dynamic between Bear and Dragon is a winner. They have lots of furtive and longing looks, along with a bit of voyeurism an [...]


    2. I was disappointed that this book turned out to be a 42 page short story. I enjoyed the story premise and think Ally could make a great series out of Bear and Dragon's love and adventures. I've emailed Ally Blue and suggested that she should consider turning this into a series. We can only hope. I heard from Ally and the next book in this series is called Shenandoah and is coming out at the end of this month.


    3. I’m always up for a post-apocalyptic story and throw in some hot sex between two guys and really, can you go wrong? Dragon’s Kiss doesn’t necessarily go wrong but it focuses more on the hot sex between the men than the world building. However, the world building included is intriguing and evocative and the story has a noticeably hanging ending, fairly screaming for a sequel. For a short introduction to the concepts and ideas, this story is pretty decent. It’s not much more than an introd [...]


    4. Scary is the new world that came up after an apocalyptic event which threw humankind back into some kind of stone age. Predators and wild animals as well as cannibals and other bruthish humans haunt the world. Surrounded by the ruins and remnants of what appears to have been our civilization but has become meaningless to our fictional descendants over the centuries, people have found a way to survive by banding together in tribes and building walls, both made of wood and stone and made of habits [...]


    5. With only 44 pages Ally set quite the world up. Post global warming, everything gone to hell in a handbasket and reverting back to a more basic primitive world with lots of superstition and zenophobia. Bear and Lynx find Dragon trespassing on their land. Having sex with anyone outside your tribe is punishable by death (holy crap) but Bear is drawn to Dragon as they are both curious about the old world (also punishable by death – double crap). They quickly decide to set off on their own risking [...]


    6. 2.5 starsI read the reviews here before picking this one up, so I knew not to expect much. I'm glad of that. Everyone was right: there's not really a plot, the character development is nearly non-existent, and there are a lot of potentially-interesting world-building things that are never explored or even explained really.The other reviewers said, though, that this book barely counts as a preface for the following books, so I'm hopeful that the second book will explore some of the things that th [...]


    7. I call this sci-fi because it takes place in a dystopian future, but it seems more historical because the setting is after the cities and technology have fallen, Mother Nature fought back, and the people now live in packs, scattered across the country. Dragon's Kiss is rather short, telling the story of how Dragon and Bear, men from two different packs, meet and fall for each other, and decide to head out to find the legendary city where they might be able to live in peace. The two men are physi [...]


    8. An enjoyable, short read about two men finding each other in a post-apocalyptic future. And bucking the norm of acceptability. I liked the details and world-building that Blue put into the socio-cultural constructs. The dynamics were intriguing, although I felt Blue "gave up" on the ending a bit. When I originally read this, however, I don't know if I realized it was a series.I might try another from this series, simply because of the details that did fascinate me. This one was too short to have [...]


    9. By the end, I felt I'd only read half a story and was pretty miffed at being dropped off where the novel stopped. Honestly I wanted to learn so much more about the characters and their world - so much more about Dragon and Bear and what would happen to them. Maybe I need to read the other stories in the Mother Earth series but really, this one was so short I wonder if my frustration at the jilted endings will be the same for every one of them. We'll see, I guess. =/


    10. Okay. the story was interesting. A world after the global warming. There are tribes with brothers who love each other deeply and the brothers are named after animals. Which i found a little annoying to keep reading Bear this and Bear that. Anyway the story was OK. But the ending was kind of sudden. I didn't get closure and i hated it. hope there will be a sequel so i can know how it ended.


    11. Best of the three books. This is not the best of her writings. It lackedz the combustion between the mates. They seem to be best friends with occasional benefits. I never could get a picture in my mind of how anyone looked. Not even Beard.




    12. As a rule, my ratings are based on comparison to other similar length stories. I feel having the same expectations for a short story as a novel is not a fair comparison.



    13. Interesting dystopia-building. I liked the unique way that being gay was incorporated into the culture and the rules that kept these two apart. Hot sex scenes.




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